Arsenal star Sead Kolasinac has named Matteo Guendouzi as the funniest player out of all of his team-mates after saying that he does “a lot of bad things”. Guendouzi was recently involved in some controversy after allegedly getting into a bust-up during the Gunners’ winter break training camp in Dubai.
He does a lot of bad things, I am not telling this for television
Arsenal star Sead Kolasinac
As a result the midfielder was dropped from Mikel Arteta’s squad for last month’s match against Newcastle.
However, all seems to be well now as the Frenchman has found his way back to the team and apparently continues to bring the laughs during practice.
Kolasinac claims the 20-year-old constantly cracks jokes with his team-mates and usually does “bad things”.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international told Sky Sports’ Teammates 2.0 show when asked who his funniest team-mate is: “Matteo.
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“Because he’s young, he likes to do jokes. Every morning he’s laughing, so for me Matteo.
“He does a lot of bad things, I am not telling this for television. If I’m playing cards and I lose he comes behind me and [shouts] ‘Ahh you lost!’ like this.”
Kolasinac and Guendouzi don’t play together at the moment as the former is still nursing a strain to his right shoulder, which he suffered during last month’s 3-2 win over Everton at the Emirates.
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The full-back could be back in full training by the end of March, which means he will miss Wednesday’s crunch clash against Manchester City at the Etihad (7.30pm).
Arteta has brought Guendouzi back to his squad after the incident in Dubai but warned the player over going too far.
The Spaniard recently said: “It was about the way we train, the way we play, the way we live.
“I want the best players for the game and I select them in relation to what I see on a daily basis.
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“I just make my team selection and the squad is selected in regards to how they play, how they train and how they behave.
“Every week it will be different. One week it will be one reason, another week it will be another reason.”
Arsenal have endured a turbulent season that saw them slumping to 10th place in the Premier League table.
The north Londoners also suffered a shock exit from the Europa League in the last 32 against Olympiakos and are now running out of options in their bid to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
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